Sunday, December 29, 2013

Lady Wolves fall to 4-5 after losses in Napavine

Sequim girls drop contests at Napavine Tourney

December 29th, 2013 - 12:26pm
The Sequim Lady Wolves fell to a 4-5 overall record after dropping a pair of games Friday and Saturday at the Napavine Tiger Town Shootout Tournament in Southwest Washington.
Sequim lost Friday to the host Napavine Tigers 46-39.
Victoria Cummins led Sequim with 10 points, while Caitlin Stofferahn and Alexas Besand had 8 markers apiece.
On Saturday, the Lady Wolves fell to the 7-1 Zillah Leopards 60-42.
Kylee Williams led Sequim with 12 and Besand added 9 tallies.
Sequim is idle for the rest of the holiday break and travels to North Kitsap January 7th to resume Olympic League play.
Friday's game
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 06 14 10 09 -— 39
Nap - 12 12 09 13 -— 46
Sequim (39) — Vanessa Martinez, Hailey Lester 2, Victoria Cummins 10, Caitlin Stofferahn 8, Katherine Landoni, McKenzie Bentz 2, Melanie Guan 2, Jordan Miller, Kylee Williams 5, Elise Bueke 2, Alexas Besand 8.
Napavine (46) — Lorton 4, Dickinson, Hamre, Harris 2, Kleemeyer 9, Bornstein 15, Olson 16.
Saturday's game
Scoring by Quarters:
Zil - 13 12 08 22 —- 60
Seq - 09 13 12 09 —- 42
Zillah (60) — Winters 3, Lexi Patterson 11, Alexcis Higginbotham 12, Villanueva 1, Williams 0, Villegas 7, Packett 0, Trista Takes Enemy 23, Stewart 0, True 1.
Sequim (42) — Vanessa Martinez, Hailey Lester 3, Victoria Cummins 4, Caitlin Stofferahn 8, Katherine Landoni, McKenzie Bentz 2, Melanie Guan 3, Jordan Miller, Kylee Williams 12, Elise Bueke 2, Alexas Besand 9.

Saturday, December 28, 2013

2013-14 Boys Basketball Game 9 - Sequim 75, Aussie Travelers 53

Sequim boys beat Aussie Travelers 75-53

December 28th, 2013 - 7:08pm
The Sequim Wolves boys basketball team came from behind Saturday afternoon and defeated a team of Australian Travelers 75-53 in Seattle.
Sequim had a lethargic first half and trailed 32-28 at halftime.
Energized after intermission, Alex Barry fueled a 17-0 run to start the second half, the Wolves bombing in 8 triples in 8 minutes.
The Wolves led 55-44 going to the final period outscoring the Aussies 27-12 in the third frame.
Barry had 23 with 5 treys and 11 rebounds.
Rory Kallappa had 21 tallies for Sequim, including 5 for 5 from beyond the arc.
Anthony Pinza tanked 11 markers for the Wolves with 12 assists and a perfect 9-for-9 from the charity stripe.
Erik Christensen paced the Wolves with 9 points.
It was the first of four matchups in final day of the Tournament of Champions Holiday Classic at Franklin High School.
The Wolves (6-3 overall) finished the tourney with a 1-2 record.
The Sequim boys will be idle for the rest of their holiday break and resume Olympic League on January 7th at home against the North Kitsap Vikings.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 12 16 27 20 -- 75
Aus - 14 18 12 09 -- 53
Sequim (75) -- Anthony Pinza 11, Jesse Francis 3, Bailey Earley 2, Alex Barry 23, Vance Willis 3, Rory Kallappa 21, Erik Christensen 9, Josh McConnaughey, George Johnson 3, Josh Cibene.
Aussie Travelers (53) -- individual scoring unavailable.

Friday, December 27, 2013

2013-14 Boys Basketball Game 8 - Union 67, Sequim 40

Union 67, Sequim 40

The 4A Union Titans of Vancouver used a combination of size and quickness to defeat the 2A Sequim High Wolves boys basketball team 67-40 Friday.

It was the second day of action for Sequim at the Tournament of Champions Holiday Classic at Franklin High School in Seattle.

Union, coached by former Kingston High coach Blake Conley, features 6-9 junior center Isaiah  Robinson.

Robinson had a number of dunks inside against the Sequim defense and led the Titans with 14 points.

Alex Barry led the Wolves once again with 16 points and a number of NBA distance 3-pointers.

Rory Kallappa had 9 for Sequim and Erik Christensen added 7 tallies.

The Franklin tournament wraps up tomorrow (Saturday) with Union meeting Foss at noon and Sequim will play an Australian traveling team at 2:45.

Scoring by Quarters:

Union -- 15 19 15 18 -- 67
Sequim - 08 18 11 03 -- 40

Scoring Summary:

Union (40) -- Derrick Derryberry 8, Nick Simkins 3, Cole Weatherspoon 0, Micah Paulson 12, Austin Brown 1, Leon Siofele, Skillful Davis 7, Isaiah Robinson 14, Riley Hawken 8, Cameron Cranston 7, Spencer Martin, Stephen Ammentorp 7. 

Sequim (67) -- Anthony Pinza 2, Josh Cibene 2, Alex Barry 16, Vance Willis 4, Rory Kallappa 9, Erik Christensen 7.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

2013-14 Boys Basketball Game 7 - Franklin 88, Sequim 53

Franklin 88, Sequim 53

The host Franklin Quakers defeated Sequim 88-53 Thursday night at the Tournament of Champions Holiday Classic in Seattle.

The eighth-ranked 3A Quakers (6-0) got a game-high 31 points from Keith Smith, while Eugene Artison added 21 markers.

Junior Alex Barry had a team-high 15 points for the Wolves (5-2 overall).

The Quakers led 44-21 at intermission and Sequim never threatened.  

Sequim JV coach Phil Langston told Newsradio KONP last night that they were pleased with their team's effort, despite a mismatch of talent against a squad with a pair of bonafide Division I prospects.

Langston lauded the Wolves bench for playing a solid, physical man-to-man defense in the second half.

Coach Langston says the Sequim team grew from the experience and moved a step closer to playing at an optimum level.

Sequim will play Union High of Vancouver, coached by former Kingston mentor Blake Conley, in consolation bracket action today (Friday) at 4:30 p.m.

In other games Thursday, Cleveland squeaked by Foss 81-79, Wilson of Tacoma beat Union 62-44 and Canyon Springs of North Las Vegas ripped Nathan Hale 88-51.

Tomorrow's (Friday) schedule:

Foss vs Aussie Travelers 2:45

Union vs Sequim 4:30

Cleveland vs Canyon Springs 6:15

Wilson vs Franklin 8:00

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Holiday tourney for Sequim boys hoopsters

(Seattle) -- The Sequim High Wolves boys basketball team is participating in the third annual Tournament of Champions Holiday Classic at Franklin High School in Seattle on December 26th, 27th and 28th.

The Wolves are slated for games on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Sequim is scheduled to play the host Franklin Quakers Thursday at 8 p.m.

The Friday and Saturday schedule has yet to be determined.

Thursday schedule:

Game 1 Foss vs. Cleveland 2:45 p.m. 

Game 2 Union vs. Wilson 4:30 p.m. 

Game 3 Nathan Hale vs. Canyon Springs 6:15 p.m. 

Game 4 Sequim vs. Franklin 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 21, 2013

2013-14 Boys Basketball Game 6 - Sequim 59, Klahowya 47

Sequim boys 59, Klahowya 47

December 20th, 2013 - 11:50pm
(Silverdale) -- Alex Barry scored 29 points as the defensive minded Sequim High Wolves boys basketball team defeated the Klahowya Eagles 59-47 Friday night.
The Wolves (5-1 overall and 4-1 in Olympic League play) scored the first 8 points of the game, but the scrappy Eagles countered with 10 straight to go ahead by 2 with 3 minutes remaining in the opening quarter. 

Sequim got the lead back at 13-10 on Anthony Pinza's triple and never trailed again, ahead 17-14 at the first buzzer.
Barry had 14 points in the second quarter, scoring 4 two pointers and a pair of treys, with the Wolves ahead 35-24 at intermission.
Sequim concluded the third period with nine consecutive points, ahead by 17 -- 46-29.
Klahowya (1-6 overall and 0-4 in Olympic League play) was led by Connor Schnuit with 10, Ricky Holguin with 9, while Kendall Kitts and Mitchell Knuckey added 6 apiece.
Rory Kallappa paced Sequim with 13, while Pinza and Erik Christensen canned 7 markers apiece.
The Wolves will play in the Franklin High School Tournament of Champions in Seattle on December 26th, 27th and 28th.
Sequim resumes Olympic League play January 7th at home against North Kitsap.
In girls action Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym, the Lady Wolves defeated Klahowya 48-43.
Scoring by Quarters:
Kla - 14 10 05 18 -- 47
Seq - 17 18 11 13 -- 59
Scoring Summary:
Sequim (59) -- Anthony Pinza 7, Jesse Francis, Alex Barry 29, Vance Willis 2, Rory Kallappa 13, Erik Christensen 7, Josh McConnaughey, George Johnson 1.
Klahowya (47) -- Dustin Brewer 5, Ryan Gotchall 4, Jacob Gotchall 5, Austin Wischhoefer, Nate Hough, Jerry Landrum, Kendall Kitts 6, Ricky Holguin 9, Connor Schnuit 10, Mitchell Knuckey 6, Jon Harris 2.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 61, Klahowya 35.

Olympic League Boys 

Olympic 57, North Mason 47
Bremerton 80, Port Angeles 71
North Kitsap 77, Port Townsend 40
Sequim 59, Klahowya 47

Olympic League Boys Standings

Bremerton         5-0 6-0
Sequim             4-1 4-1
Port Angeles 4-2 5-3
Olympic            3-2 4-4
Kingston           3-2 3-3
North Kitsap 3-2 3-3
Pt Townsend 2-4 2-4
Klahowya         0-5 1-7
North Mason 0-6 2-6

Olympic League Girls

Port Angeles 53, Bremerton 30
Sequim 48, Klahowya 43
North Kitsap 47, Port Townsend 38
Olympic 43, North Mason 31

Olympic League Girls Standings

Port Angeles 6-0 7-1
North Kitsap 4-1 6-2
Sequim          4-1 4-2
Kingston        3-2 4-3
Olympic         3-2 4-4
Bremerton     2-3 2-5
Pt Townsend 2-4 3-4
Klahowya       0-5 1-6
North Mason 0-6 0-7

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

2013-14 Boys Basketball Game 5 - Sequim 58, North Mason 36

Sequim boys 58, North Mason 36

December 18th, 2013 - 11:16pm
(Sequim) -- A tenacious man-to-man defense by the Sequim High Wolves fueled a 17-0 first quarter surge that led to a 58-36 romp over the North Mason Bulldogs Wednesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Sequim's Alex Barry had 11 of his game-high 22 points in the opening stanza.
Matt Duckworth scored the first North Mason basket with 7:48 remaining in the second period. 

Duckworth finished the night with 20 points and had 11 of the 13 markers by the Bulldogs before intermission, when Sequim had a 34-13 bulge.
The Wolves played their entire bench in the final half.
Vance Willis had 11 for Sequim, Rory Kallappa added 10 and Josh Cibene had 6.
Matt Becker paced the Bulldogs with 8 tallies and Davontea Davenport had 4.
North Mason (2-5 overall and 0-5 in Olympic League action hosts Olympic Friday.
Sequim (4-1 overall and 3-1 in Olympic League play) travels to Klahowya Friday.
In the girls game Wednesday in Belfair, Sequim defeated North Mason 46-26.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.Mason - 00 13 14 09 -- 36
Sequim -- 17 17 12 12 -- 58
Scoring Summary:
North Mason (36) -- Dustin Mincy, Matt Duckworth 20, Davontea Davenport 4, Daniel Burggraaf 2, Matt Becker 8, Hunter Hohmann, Daulton Geyer, Nick Vautour 2.
Sequim (58) -- Anthony Pinza 5, Jesse Francis, Bailey Earley 2, Alex Barry 22, Alex Rutherford, Vance Willis 11, Rory Kallappa 10, Erik Christensen 2, Josh McConnaughey, George Johnson, Josh Cibene 6.
Junior Varsity: Sequim 81, North Mason 44.

Olympic League Boys Scores:
Port Townsend 92, Klahowya 47
Port Angeles 85, North Kitsap 80
Olympic 60, Kingston 35
Sequim 58, North Mason 36

Olympic League Girls Scores: 
Port Townsend 44, Klahowya 33
Port Angeles 51, North Kitsap 34
Olympic 42, Kingston 34
Sequim 46, North Mason 26

Monday, December 16, 2013

2013-14 Boys Basketball Game 4 - Kingston 62, Sequim 51

Kingston boys 62, Sequim 51

December 16th, 2013 - 11:13pm
(Kingston) -- Kingston's red-hot second half shooting paved the way to a 62-51 Olympic League victory over the Sequim High Wolves Monday night.
Nathan Carleton had 20 points for the Buccaneers, outscoring Sequim 38-22 in the second half.
Kingston's Cole Rabedeaux caught fire for 17 points, all in the final 16 minutes.
He had three triples as the Buccaneers erased an 8 point deficit and led 43-41 after three frames, connecting on 70 percent of their shots in the period.
Cole's brother, Beau Rabedeaux, added 10 markers for Kingston.
Trailing by as many as 6 points, Sequim came within 2 at 51-49 with 2:49 remaining on a basket by Rory Kallappa.
Kingston closed out the game on a 12-2 run as the Wolves connected on just 2 of their 15 shots in the final stanza.
Alex Barry led Sequim with 17 points, Anthony Pinza chipped in 11 and Erik Christensen added 9 tallies for the Wolves, now 3-1 overall and 2-1 in Olympic League play.
Kingston (3-2 overall and 3-1 in Olympic League action) visits the Olympic Trojans Wednesday, while Sequim hosts the North Mason Bulldogs Wednesday at Rick Kaps Gym.
Scoring by Quarters:
Sequim --- 15 14 12 10 -- 51
Kingston - 13 11 19 19 -- 62
Scoring Summary:
Sequim (51) -- Anthony Pinza 11, Alex Barry 17, Vance Willis 2, Rory Kallappa 5, Erik Christensen 9, Josh McConnaughey 4, George Johnson 3.
Kingston (62) -- Tyler Shuey, We Chiquiti, Alex Barrett 2, Beau Rabedeaux 10, Cole Rabedeaux 17, Miles Sustad 5, Nathan Carleton 20, Mitch Sagdahl, Colin Veilleux 6, Matthew Shaw 2.
Junior Varsity: Kingston 46, Sequim 42.

Saturday, December 14, 2013

2013-14 Boys Basketball Game 3 - Sequim 72, Neah Bay 66

Sequim boys 72, Neah Bay 66

December 14th, 2013 - 10:44pm
NOTE: This game was not broadcast, so there is no recording.
(Sequim) -- The Sequim High Wolves beat the Neah Bay Red Devils 72-66 Saturday in a non-league boys basketball game at Rick Kaps Gym.
The Red Devils, fresh off their state 1B football championship last week at the Tacoma Dome, played for the first time on the hardwoods, bombing in eleven 3-pointers against the 2A Wolves.
Neah Bay's Ryan Moss and Sequim's Alex Barry shared game-high scoring honors with 25 points.
The Wolves had a 22-16 advantage at the first buzzer.
Barry had the hottest hand early, canning 23 tallies before intermission, including 3 triples.
Jongi Claplanhu countered with 3 treys for the Red Devils in the first 16 minutes.
Sequim (3-0 overall, 2-0 in Olympic League play) was ahead 42-33 at halftime.
The Red Devils' Moss singed the twines for 3 of his 7 treys in the third quarter as Neah Bay outscored Sequim 21-14.
A howitzer from Moss capped a 10-0 Neah Bay run and the visitors were up 54-53 with 30 seconds left in the frame.
The Wolves went to the final stanza up by just 2 -- 56-54.
In the last 8 minutes, Sequim's Rory Kallappa scored 7 of his 14 points.
He hit a trey, then a pair of freebies to put the Wolves up 61-55 with 6:06 remaining.
Neah Bay's foul trouble mounted, losing both Josiah and Ezekiel Greene to disqualifications in the final minutes.
George Johnson nailed a key 3-ball with 2:09 left, boosting Sequim ahead 70-61.
Vance Willis paced Sequim with 12 points and Claplanhu had 14 for Neah Bay.
Sequim resumes Olympic League action Monday at Kingston.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.B. 16 17 21 12 -- 66
Seq. 22 20 14 16 -- 72
Scoring Summary:
Neah Bay (66) -- C. Martinez 2, J. Claplanhu 14, J. Greene 9, E. Greene 6, R. Buttram 2, A. Yenske 6, R. Moss 25, J. Reamer, T. McCauley 2.
Sequim (72) -- Anthony Pinza 8, Alex Barry 25, Vance Willis 12, Rory Kallappa 14, Erik Christensen 5, Josh McConaughey 3, George Johnson 5, Josh Cibene.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

2013-14 Boys Basketball Game 2 - Sequim 57, Olympic 50

Sequim boys 57, Olympic 50

December 11th, 2013 - 10:51pm
(Sequim) -- Alex Barry scored 17 points and Vance Willis added 12 as the Sequim High Wolves stayed unbeaten with a 57-50 victory over the Olympic Trojans Wednesday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
The herky jerky affair between last season's Olympic League co-champs started with the Wolves ahead 7-1 on Willis' triple with 4:20 left in the initial period.
Sequim (2-0 overall and in Olympic League play) had an 11-8 margin at the first break.
The Trojans' Jumier Johnson had 6 of his 8 points in the opening stanza.
The Wolves dropped in 6 of 8 second period free throws and Willis canned another three late in the half, boosting Sequim to a 22-18 advantage at intermission.
In the third quarter, Olympic's Makaleb McInnis scored 9 of his 11 markers and Sequim's Barry answered with 11 tallies.
The teams traded the lead six times and tied twice, as the Wolves were ahead 44-41 going to the final frame, a lead they would never relinquish.
Olympic (1-4 overall and 0-2 in Olympic League play) got 11 points from TJ Mosely and Shane Matheny added 9.
The Wolves were paced by Rory Kallappa with 9, Erik Christensen with 8 and Anthony Pinza with 7.
The Trojans will host Port Townsend Friday.
Sequim hosts Neah Bay Saturday at 3 and will travel to Kitsap County Monday to play the Kingston Buccaneers.
In girls action Wednesday at Silverdale, Sequim beat Olympic 52-45.
Scoring by Quarters:
Oly - 08 10 23 09 -- 50
Seq - 11 11 22 13 -- 57
Scoring Summary:
Olympic (50) -- Alex Campana 3, Shane Matheny 9, TJ Mosely 11, Michael Lawver, Makaleb McInnis 11, Keshun McGee, Damarius Johnson 6, Jumier Johnson 8, Tyler Yost 2.
Sequim (57) -- Anthony Pinza 7, Alex Barry 17, Vance Willis 12, Rory Kallappa 9, Erik Christensen 8, Josh McConnaughey 2, George Johnson 2.
Junior Varsity: Olympic 55, Sequim 40.

Saturday, December 7, 2013

2013-14 Boys Basketball Game 1 - Sequim 62, Pt Townsend 38

Sequim boys 62, Port Townsend 38

December 7th, 2013 - 1:14am
(Sequim) -- A fine all-around effort led the Sequim High Wolves boys to a 62-38 victory over the Port Townsend Redskins Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Rory Kallappa led the way for the Wolves with 18 points, while Anthony Pinza and Alex Barry chipped in 10 apiece.
A crisp paced first period ended with Sequim ahead 13-12 as PT's Cody Russell led all scorers with 8 points and two triples.
The Wolves (1-0) led 31-24 at intermission, despite having a double digit advantage midway through the second period.
Sequim asserted its defense in the second half, holding Townsend to single digits in both the third and fourth quarters.
Vance Willis and Erik Christensen paced Sequim with 8 markers apiece.
Russell topped the Town team's scoring with 14 and Paul Spaltenstein added 10.
Port Townsend (0-1) hosts Kingston Wednesday, while Sequim entertains Olympic.
Scoring by Quarters:
PT -- 12 12 06 08 -- 38
Seq - 13 18 11 20 -- 62
Scoring Summary:
Port Townsend boys (38) -- Cody Russell 14, Brady Arthur 5, Daniel Charlton 1, Paul Spaltenstein 10, Sean Dwyer 8, Patrick Charlton, Jacob King, James Delagarza.
Sequim boys (62) -- Anthony Pinza 10, Jesse Francis, Bailey Earley 3, Alex Barry 10, Alex Rutherford 2, Vance Willis 8, Rory Kallappa 18, Erik Christensen 8, Josh McConnaughey 2, George Johnson 1, Josh Cibene.

2013-14 Girls Basketball Game 1 - Sequim 49, Pt Townsend 46

Sequim girls 49, Port Townsend 46

December 7th, 2013 - 1:10am
(Sequim) -- Alexas Besand scored 20 points and Melanie Guan added 12 as the Sequim Lady Wolves downed Port Townsend 49-46 Friday night at Rick Kaps Gym.
Besand nailed 3 triples in the first quarter and had all but 2 of the Wolves 15 first quarter points.
Sequim led 15-14 at the first buzzer, but trailed the Lady Redskins 26-23 at intermission after Townsend's Jayde Richardson powered in 12 first half markers.
Richardson led the visitors with 15, Rilke Rutenbeck had 11 and Jewel Johnson added 10.
Wolves sophomore Jordan Miller canned a pair of third quarter treys as Sequim closed the gap to 34-33 heading into the final frame.
Sequim point guard Melanie Guan had 10 of her 12 points in the fourth period as the Wolves held on for the victory.
Sequim (1-0) hosts Eastside Catholic Saturday afternoon at 3, while Port Townsend (1-1 overall, 0-1 in Olympic League play) visits Kingston Wednesday.
Scoring by Quarters:
PT -- 14 12 08 12 -- 46
Seq - 15 08 10 16 -- 49
Scoring Summary:
Port Townsend Girls (46) -- Jewel Johnson 10, Kassie Olin, Anne Meek 6, Rilke Rutenbeck 11, Megan Lee, Tricia Reeves 4, Shenoa Snyder, Jayde Richardson 15.
Sequim Girls (49) -- Vanessa Martinez 2, Victoria Cummins, Caitlin Stofferahn, Katherine Landoni, MacKenzie Bentz, Melanie Guan 12, Jordan Miller 9, Kylee Williams 2, Elise Beuke 4, Alexas Besand 20.

Friday, November 8, 2013

2013 Football Game 10 - Foster 27, Sequim 13

Foster 27, Sequim 13

(Tukwila) -- Foster High School rolled up 280 rushing yards Thursday night, taking a non-league football season finale from the Sequim High Wolves 27-13.
Gusty southerly winds hampered the passing and kicking games for both squads.
Short, wind-blown Sequim punts gave Foster great field position in Wolves territory on consecutive first quarter possessions and the Bulldogs cashed both drives into touchdowns.
Sophomore quarterback Zane Jacobson hit Patrick Saau for the first score on a 15-yard pass as Foster led 7-0 with 6:24 left in the opening frame.
Jacobson hit 10 of 21 passes for 102 yards, 4 of the completions to Saau for 75 yards.
Jacobson slalomed to pay dirt from 15 yards almost 3 minutes later to boost the Bulldogs advantage to 13-0.
Late in the first half, Sequim drove 87 yards in 17 plays as sophomore running back Arnold Black bulldozed a yard for 6 points with 1:58 left before intermission, cutting the deficit to 13-7.
Black carried the ball 15 times for 61 yards.
Sequim got possession to start the second half and pounded the ball into Foster territory, alternating keepers by quarterback Miguel Moroles, quick hitters by Adam Knapman and power blasts by Black.
On the doorstep of taking the lead, a handoff from Moroles to Knapman went awry at the Foster 2, killing the drive and Sequim momentum.
The Wolves defense forced a Bulldogs 3-and-out and a short punt gave Sequim the ball back at the Foster 35.
A Moroles interception on the second play of the ensuing drive by Alvin Noa allowed the home team to dodge another bullet.
The Bulldogs increased their advantage to 20-7 after Sele Eneliko broke into a gap created by 2 blitzing Sequim linebackers and steamed 49 yards for a score.
The Wolves final touchdown of the season came with 10 seconds to go in the third quarter, when Moroles connected with Ian Dennis on a back-side screen for 21 yards and a touchdown, cutting it to 20-13.
Heavy, wind-swept rain started in the final stanza, the Bulldogs getting the last score on an 11-yard Alvin Noa run with 10:07 remaining.
Wolves quarterbacks Moroles and freshman Dylan Lott combined to complete just 5 of 20 passes for 72 yards.
Freshman Bailey Earley caught a pass for 46 yards.
Moroles led the Wolves in rushing with 100 yards on 16 carries and Knapman added 60 yards on 16 tallies.
Foster outgained Sequim 376-270.
Sequim finished the campaign winless at 0-10 while Foster concluded the season at 3-7.
The contest marked the final prep football appearances for seniors Riley Hazard, Adam Knapman, Austin Sampson, Alex Serrano and Brett Wright.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 00 07 06 00 - 13
Fos - 13 00 07 07 - 27
Scoring Summary:
1st Quarter:
Foster - Patrick Saau 15 yd pass from Zane Jacobson (Jalal Haji kick) 6:24
Foster - Zane Jacobson 15 yd run (pass failed) 3:30
2nd Quarter:
3rd Quarter:
Foster - Sele Eneliko 49 yd run (Haji kick) 4:03
4th Quarter:
Foster - Alvin Noa 11 yd run (Haji kick) 10:07

Saturday, November 2, 2013

2013 Football Game 9 - North Mason 69, Sequim 46

PREP FOOTBALL: North Mason 69, Sequim 46

(Sequim) -- 16 touchdowns and a field goal -- 115 points -- were tallied on the Sequim High School scoreboard Friday night as the North Mason Bulldogs defeated the Wolves 69-46.
The Bulldogs clinched the Olympic League's third playoff seed after Olympic High lost to North Kitsap 31-14 Friday.
North Mason (7-2 overall, 5-2 in Olympic League play) will travel to White River for a district playoff opener next week.
Sequim (0-9 overall and 0-7 in Olympic League play) has one more chance for a victory Thursday night in a non-league game at Foster High School in Tukwila.
A wild, high scoring frenzy began with 3 touchdowns in the first 84 seconds of the game.
After the scoreboard shorted out forcing a replay of the opening kickoff, North Mason's Andy Renne ran 51 yards to pay dirt on the contest's second scrimmage play, making it 7-0 Bulldogs.
Sequim's Brett Wright returned the ensuing kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown, that was immediately answered by the Bulldog's Tommy Marsh with an 85-yard kickoff return that put North Mason ahead 14-7.
The Bulldogs recovered an onside kick at the Sequim 33 and boosted the lead to 21-7 on Marsh's 2-yard run with 8:55 left in the opening quarter.
Sequim got a 25-yard field goal from Adrian Espinoza as the Wolves trailed 21-10 after one period.
North Mason got 3 consecutive scores in the second quarter and led 42-10 at intermission.
The Bulldogs surged ahead 49-10 after quarterback Matt Becker ran 86 yards for a TD with 8:15 left in the third period.
Another North Mason touchdown would have triggered the mercy rule, but Sequim had no surrender in mind.
The Wolves punched the ball into the end zone on consecutive possessions, 1-yard runs from Chris Whitaker and Adam Knapman, cutting the deficit to 49-25 going to the final stanza.
The teams combined for 6 more touchdowns in the final 12 minutes.
Matt Becker connected with Daniel Burggraaf for the second time in the game for a touchdown pass and North Mason powered ahead 56-25.
The teams traded touchdowns the rest of the way with Sequim's Knapman finding the end zone twice and Moroles connecting with Wright on a scoring pass.
Renne and DeAndre Dixon had 4th quarter TD runs for North Mason, rolling up more than 500 yards rushing on the night with their wishbone attack.
In other Olympic League action Friday night, Kingston beat Port Angeles 49-14, North Kitsap clinched the league title, beating Olympic 31-14 and Klahowya shut out Bremerton 35-0.
Scoring by Quarters:
N.M. - 21 21 07 20 -- 69
Seq. - 10 00 14 22 -- 46
Scoring Summary:
1st Quarter:
NM - Andy Renne 51 yd run (Victor Hald kick) 11:48
NM - Tommy Marsh 85 yd kickoff return (Hald kick) 10:36
NM - Tommy Marsh 2 yd run (Hald kick) 8:55
Seq - Adrian Espinoza 25 yd Field Goal 1:39
2nd Quarter:
NM - Daniel Burggraaf 53 yd pass from Matt Becker (Hald kick) 9:42
NM - Josh Becker 3 yd run (Hald kick) 6:17
NM - Victor McIntosh 30 yd run (Hald kick) 4:42
3rd Quarter:
NM - Matt Becker 86 yd run (Hald kick) 8:15
Seq - Chris Whitaker 1 yd run (Josiah Anastasi pass from Miguel Moroles) 5:34
4th Quarter:
NM - Daniel Burggraaf 11 yd pass from Matt Becker (Hald kick) 10:36
NM - Andy Renne 1 yd run (Hald kick) 9:35
NM - DeAndre Dixon 15 yd run (pass failed) 5:29
Seq - Adam Knapman 1 yd run (Espinoza kick) 4:33

Saturday, October 26, 2013

2013 Football Game 8 - Port Angeles 37, Sequim 21

PREP FOOTBALL: Port Angeles 37, Sequim 21

(Sequim) -- Junior quarterback Ryan Rodocker threw two touchdown passes in the third quarter, propelling the Port Angeles Roughriders to a 37-21 victory over the winless Sequim High Wolves.
It was the first Port Angeles win against Sequim in the Rainshadow Rumble since 2007, when Eric Lane led the Riders to a 27-20 victory in Sequim.
The Roughriders took advantage of their size advantage on the offensive line to pile up 283 rushing yards on the night.
Rodocker, who replaced an injured Nathan Angevine last week at North Kitsap, effectively used play fakes on rollouts to complete 3 of his 8 passes for 71 yards and had one interception.
PA scores 15 straight in 3rd quarter
The game was tied at 15 at intermission and Miki Andrus got PA into Sequim territory on a 60-yard punt return early in the third period to the Sequim 19.
Three plays later, Rodocker found Andrus in the left corner of the end zone for a 19-yard scoring play, putting the Roughriders ahead 23-15 after Rodocker scored the 2 point conversion off a fizzled PAT snap.
Andrus had 2 catches for 46 yards.
Four minutes later, Rodocker got TD pass number 2 with a 25-yarder to Steven Lauderback, putting the visitors ahead 30-15 with 1:14 to go in the third quarter.
Wolves narrow gap
The Wolves took advantage of 6 yard punt early in the fourth quarter to take possession at the Rider 19.
Wolves quarterback Miguel Moroles scored on an 8-yard run, chopping the PA lead to 30-21 after a missed extra point.
Moroles was Sequim's leading rusher with 133 yards on 24 carries.
Port Angeles (2-6 overall, 2-4 in Olympic League play) asserted their will on the ground late as Andrus scored the final touchdown on an 8-yard run with 3:29 left and a 37-21 PA advantage.
Andrus carried the ball 17 for 120 yards.
Port Angeles had a big edge in rushing yardage, outgaining Sequim 283-185.
The Roughriders had a 354-290 advantage in total yards.
0-0 after 1st period
After a scoreless first quarter, the Roughriders got on the board first, taking advantage of a Sequim turnover-on-downs at the Wolves 42.
Matt Robbins crossed the Sequim goal line from 4 yards out with 9:36 left in the first quarter and PA led 8-0.
Robbins had 9 carries for 25 yards, but left the contest with a possible shoulder injury.
Center Billy Minks recovered a fumble in the end zone for the 2 point conversion.
Sequim (0-8 overall, 0-6 in Olympic League play) answered 34 seconds later after a big Brett Wright kickoff return put the Wolves in PA territory.
Josiah Anastasi caught a 6-yard scoring pass from Moroles and Ian Dennis caught the 2 point pass, tying the contest at 8.
Anastasi had 2 grabs for 10 yards, while Dennis caught 3 passes for 33 yards.
Port Angeles answered on the first play of the ensuing drive as Nick LaSorsa rumbled 60 yards for a Roughrider TD and the guests were ahead 15-8.
LaSorsa packed the pigskin 15 times for 137 yards.
Sequim tied the game on a 4th-and-13 from the PA 22 as Moroles connected with Dennis on a beautiful rainbow pass at the goal post with 32 seconds before intermission for the tie at 15 apiece.
Moroles completed 8 of his 15 passes for 105 yards, 2 touchdowns and had 1 interception.
Home games next week
Both schools have home games next week, with Sequim hosting North Mason and PA entertaining Kingston for Homecoming at Civic Field.
Scoring by Quarters:
PA - 0 15 15 7 - 37
Seq - 0 15 0 6 - 21
Scoring Summary:
2nd Quarter:
PA - Matt Robbins 4 run (Billy Minks recovered fumble for 2 pts) 9:36
PA - Nick LaSorsa 60 run (Jens Konerding kick) 8:44
3rd Quarter:
PA - Miki Andrus 19 pass from Ryan Rodocker (Rodocker run) 5:16
PA - Steven Lauderback 25 pass from Rodocker (Konerding kick) 1:14
4th Quarter:
PA - Miki Andrus 8 run (Konerding kick) 3:29